How To Create Bootable Windows 7, Vista, or XP USB Flash/Pen Drive Quickly

Users who have been struggling to follow our command prompt based install Windows 7 from USB flash drive and make bootable USB guides have a good reason to rejoice. Now you can create Windows 7, Vista, or the old XP bootable USB key with a few clicks. Yup, this is true. Read to know more!

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Let’s begin the guide without wasting time. Just make sure that you have a pen drive with 4GB + capacity if you are making a bootable USB flash drive.

 

Requirements to create bootable Windows USB:

# Windows 7 or Vista ISO

# Pen drive with 4GB+ (2 GB is sufficient for XP)

# 15 Minutes of free time

 

Procedure:

1. Insert your USB flash/pen drive to your system and backup all the data from the USB as your USB drive will be formatted during the process.

 

2. Now download WinToFlash tool (free) from here.


3. Run the tool, and browse to your Windows 7, Vista, or XP DVD files (make sure that your USB drive letter is correct).

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4. Click Create button to begin the bootable USB process. Wait for few minutes to see the bootable USB.

 

5. That’s all!

 

You might also like our how to make portable Windows 7 & install Windows 7 virtual boxguides.

 

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